Meaning of diurnally in English:



See diurnal

‘Experimenters have established the use of a time-compensated sun-compass by homing pigeons and diurnally migrating songbirds.’
  • ‘Males fly readily both diurnally and nocturnally.’
  • ‘Nocturnal migrants following coasts and diurnally mobile individuals may also be channeled into those peninsular areas.’
  • ‘The biology, including sexual communication and the ecology of diurnally active species, is poorly understood.’
  • ‘Several diurnally active bird species call or sing at night.’